IBC (Interactive Business Channel)
launched a new program to develop turnkey e-commerce solutions and said
it will assist companies in creating a comprehensive Internet commerce and
online marketing strategy.
“We are carefully examining high technology brick and mortar companies
whose products can easily be catalogued and distributed over the Net such as
I/O Magic’s computer products, and Worldwide Medical, which are also
public companies at the IBC Web site,” said Matthew Marcus, IBC
IBC said it has structured a program that can assist a company in
its revenue streams. IBC bases its e-commerce strategy on performance by
accepting compensation in the form of stock, advertising, and a
IBC provide various Web portal services including free Web-based e-mail,
free Web page communities, chat communities, auctions, targeted advertising,
instant messaging and a personalized start page as well as directory and
product suggestion services.
IBC said it has partnerships with companies that include amazon.com,
cbsmarketwatch.com, briefing.com, quote.com, zacks.com, ipo.com,
newsletters.com and quote.com.